Anthony George Gero
Anthony George Gero is a senior vice president with RBC Wealth Management (formerly RBC Dain Raucher) and vice president of global futures with RBC Capital Markets. Prior to its acquisition by the CME Group, Gero was a member of the board of directors of the NYMEX Holdings, Inc. until his term expired in 2010. He is a member of COMEX governors committee at the CME Group.
Gero serves on the FCM committee of the Futures Industry Association (FIA) and is the president of the International Precious Metals Institute, an international association of producers, refiners, fabricators, scientists, users, financial institutions, merchants, private sector and public sector groups, and the general precious metals community formed to provide a forum for the exchange of information and technology.
Before joining RBC in 2005, Gero was a senior vice president of Legg Mason Wood Walker, Inc. from 2003 until December 2005. Before Legg Mason, Gero held a handful of positions at Prudential Securities Inc. He was a senior vice president of investments, first vice president of the futures division and a president council member at the company from 1981 to 2003. He was a first vice president of Prudential for 22 years.
Gero has been a member of the NYMEX since 1966, where he's served on the board of directors for 30 years. Formerly, he chaired the finance, new products and presidential search committees, where he pioneered the retention plan and insurance for members. He guided the clearing house committee in revising the clearing house rules for which the board of directors adopted a special resolution of commendation. Gero has also been a member of COMEX (which eventually became the New York Mercantile Exchange) since 1976, the American Stock Exchange since 1995, the New York Board of Trade (eventually ICE Futures U.S.) since 1984 where he served as a director for the NYBOT Commodity Floor Brokers and Traders Association, and the Philadelphia Stock Exchange (which eventually merged with NASDAQ and became NASDAQ OMX PHLX) since 2003.
He was elected to the board of the Financial Instruments Exchange (FINEX) and the New York Cotton Exchange in 1995. Commodity Clearing Corporation (now ICE Clear U.S.)elected him a director in 1996.
Gero graduated from the New York University School of Commerce. He received an investment banking certificate from the Investment Bankers Association at the Wharton School in 1965, and is an associate of the Institute of Financial Accounting of Great Britain. Formerly, he taught a commodity trading course at the New School. He is fluent in five languages and his former currency review was published in three of them.
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